List of Publications For Dr. Bratislav Stankovic



1. Malone M., Stankovic B. (1991) Surface potentials and hydraulic signals in wheat leaves following localized wounding by heat. Plant, Cell and Environment 14: 431-436.
2. Stankovic B., Abe S., Davies E. (1993) Co-localization of polysomes, cytoskeleton, and membranes with protein bodies from corn endosperm: evidence from fluorescence microscopy. Protoplasma 177: 66-72.
3. Davies E., Comer E.C., Lionberger J.M., Stankovic B., Abe S. (1993) Cytoskeleton-bound polysomes in plants. III. Polysome-cytoskeleton-membrane interactions in corn endosperm. Cell Biology International 17: 331-340.

4. Stankovic B., Garic-Stankovic A., Smith C.M., Davies E. (1995) Isolation, sequencing and analysis of a 14-3-3 brain protein homolog from pea (Pisum sativum L.). Plant Physiology 107: 1481-1482.
5. Stankovic B. (1996) Cellular and molecular mechanisms of the plant water stress response. Ecology and Protection of the Environment 4:13-21.
6. Stankovic B., Davies E. (1996) Both action potentials and variation potentials induce proteinase inhibitor gene expression in tomato. FEBS Letters 390: 275-279.
7. Stankovic B., Zawadzki T., Davies E. (1997) Characterization of the variation potential in sunflower. Plant Physiology 115: 1083-1088.
8. Stankovic B., Davies E. (1997) Intercellular communication in plants: electrical stimulation of proteinase inhibitor gene expression in tomato. Planta 202: 402-406.
9. Stankovic B., Garic-Stankovic A. (1998) Molecular ecology of the plant adaptation to high temperatures. Ecology and Protection of the Environment, in press.
10. Stankovic B., Volkmann D., Sack F.D. (1998) Autotropism, automorphogenesis and gravity. Physiologia Plantarum, in press.
11. Davies E., Vian A., Vian C., Stankovic B. (1998) Rapid systemic up-regulation of genes after heat-wounding and electrical stimulation. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, in press.
12. Stankovic B., Witters D.L., Zawadzki T., Davies E. (1998) Action potentials and variation potentials in sunflower: an analysis of their relationships and distinguishing characteristics. Physiologia Plantarum, in press.
13. Stankovic B., Davies E. (1998) The wound response in tomato involves rapid growth and electrical responses, systemically up-regulated transcription of proteinase inhibitor and calmodulin and down-regulated translation. Plant and Cell Physiology 39, in press.

Other Refereed Presentations
1. Gordon Research Conference on Plant Cytoskeleton, Andover, NH, 1993
Davies E., Abe S., Ito Y., Garcia M., Stankovic B., Cha L. What constitutes compelling evidence for the existence of cytoskeleton-bound polysomes in plants?

2. Keystone Symposium on Signal Transduction in Plants, Hilton Head, SC, 1995
Stankovic B., Davies E. Direct electrical induction of gene expression in tomato plants. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry suppl. 21A, 503.
3. Keystone Symposium on Signal Transduction in Plants, Copper Mt., CO, 1996
Stankovic B., Davies E. Intercellular communication in plants: electrical stimulation of proteinase inhibitor gene expression in tomato.
4. Gordon Research Conference on Gravity Sensing in Living Organisms, New London, NH, 1996
Stankovic B., Sack F.D. Autotropism and gravitropism in plants.

Non-refereed Presentations
1. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 1993
Davies E., Garic-Stankovic A., Stankovic B., Ito Y., Abe S. Cytoskeleton-polysome-membrane complexes in pea stems. Plant Physiology 102, suppl. 504.
2. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 1993
Stankovic B., Abe S., Davies E. Cytomatrix-bound polysomes in corn endosperm. Plant Physiology 102, suppl. 503.

3. International Society for Plant Molecular Biology, Fourth Congress, Amsterdam, Holland, 1994
Stankovic B., Davies E. Wound-induced gene expression in plants: comparison of electrical and hydraulic signals.
4. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, 1994
Stankovic B., Davies E. The role of intercellular electrical and hydraulic signals in wound-induced transcription and translation. Plant Physiology 105, suppl. 329.
5. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1996
Stankovic B., Davies E. Direct electrical stimulation of protease inhibitor gene expression in tomato plants. Plant Physiology 111, suppl. 566.
6. Current Topics in Biochemistry and Physiology, Columbia, MO, 1997
Stankovic B., Davies E., Abe S., Clore A.M., Dannenhoffer J.M., Larkins B.A. Cytoskeleton-bound polysomes in plants.

7. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1997
Stankovic B., Volkmann D., Sack F.D. Autotropism, automorphogenesis and gravity. Plant Physiology 114, suppl. 622.
8. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1997
Stankovic B., Volkmann D., Sack F.D. Autotropic straightening of gravistimulated Lepidium roots. Plant Physiology 114, suppl. 620.
9. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1997
Stankovic B., Wolverton C., Sack F.D. Arabidopsis promoter trap lines with root tip and cap specific patterns of gusA expression. Plant Physiology 114, suppl. 1622.
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0. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1997
Stankovic B., Davies E., Abe S. Protein synthesis on the cytoskeleton.


11. American Society of Plant Physiologists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1997
Stankovic B., Davies E. Intercellular electrical signaling and systemic calmodulin expression in wounded sunflower. Plant Physiology 114, suppl. 1421.
12. American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 1997
Stankovic B., Volkmann D., Sack F.D. Autotropism, automorphogenesis and gravity.
13. American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 1997
Stankovic B., Volkmann D., Sack F.D. Autotropic straightening of gravistimulated Lepidium roots.